ISED's encryption unit helps banks reach small merchants

February 1996
Bank Marketing;Feb96, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p55
Trade Publication
Reports on ISED Corp.'s introduction of the secure encryption device (SED), a hardware-based encryption device that allows banks to provide small retail merchants access to electronic banking and credit/debit card transactions. Advantages.


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